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BrewStation Mine light comes on, but when I came to get some coffee the coffee in the filter was still dry & the water was still in the resavoir. What do I do? It is just a month old.

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Are you pouring the water into the water reservoir? My wife bought a BrewStation and the same thing happend to me the first time I used it. Of course, I did not have the directions. I filled the removable water/coffee tank, but did not transfer the water into the 'water' reservoir. The water does not drain by itself.

Works fine now.

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